By lazyme on September 03, 2007
Photo by HokiesMom
Photo by HokiesMom
"A simple open-faced sandwich from Cooking Light."
Serving Size: 1 (266 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"This made a very filling and wonderfully easy dinner! I used a whole wheat hoagie bun in place of the french bread and sprinkled montreal steak seasoning on the peppers and onions while sauteing. Served with raw veggies and a horseradish mayo. Thank you for sharing the recipe!"
"Easy-peasy dinner recipe for sure! I used leftover grilled flank steak in place of the deli beef and just sliced it very thin. Loved it being open-faced as it allowed me to really taste the flavors of the cheese, peppers, onions and meat without filling me up with bread. Quick and simple and I know this will be something I'll make more often for the family. One little thing is I think I'll toast the bread a bit before adding the items on top - the bread got a little soggy this go round but still not enough that would cause me to not gobble it all down. Thanks for sharing in the Went to the Market tag game."
"I made just as posted, except I used thinly sliced grilled flank steak, since I had some ready and perfect for these sandwiches! Only think I might change is to toast the bread just a bit before adding the toppings so that it is a bit crisper. This was a wonderfully easy, delicious dinner. Thanks for sharing!"
"Easy to make and everyone loves it!"
"I made some standard sandwiches today, only because I already had some hoagy rolls. I can't wait to get some sliced French bread, and try some open faced ones. This is a simple, easy recipe that almost anyone can make and enjoy. Thanks so much for posting it."
"This was such a fantabulous sandwich :) I used fresh roast beef since my local store cooks round roasts on the spit nice and rare, and low fat swiss cheese. Delicious."